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Bruns, T.D., Szaro, T.M., Gardes, M., Cullings, K.W., Pan, J.J., Taylor, D.L., Horton, T.R., Kretzer, A., Garbelotto, M. & Li, Y. (1998). A sequence database for the identification of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes by phylogenetic analysis. Molecular Ecology, 7, 257-272.

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Fritz, R.S., Roche, B.M. & Brunsfeld, S.J. (1998). Genetic variation in the resistance of hybrid willows to herbivores. Oikos, 83, 117-128.

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Hanley, S.J., Barker, J.H.A., Aldman, C., Lindegaard, K.N., Pei, M.H., Hunter, T. & Karp, A. (2000). Improving breeding efficiency of biomass willows using molecular marker technology. Plant and animal genome VIII, Town and Country Hotel, San Diego, CA, January 9-12, 2000.

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